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Missouri footbal team's offensive line

Missouri co-offensive line coach Josh Henson says playing without sleeves is "just the way it works" on the offensive line.

Iowa State's Austen Arnaud sacked by Colorado

Iowa State quarterback Austen Arnaud fumbles while being sacked in last Saturday's loss at Colorado. The play resulted in a season-ending knee injury for Arnaud.

Missouri running back De’Vion Moore

Missouri running backs coach Brian Jones said De'Vion Moore not only helps the younger players with drills and techniques, he also mentors them academically. "I look up to him a lot, on the field and off the field," freshman running back Henry Josey said. "It’s like he knows everything. He’s real smart, not just with his books, but with life.”

Rock Bridge girls basketball player Lindsey Cunningham

While playing defense Rock Bridge junior guard Lindsey Cunningham uses her long limbs to get to balls.

'Harry Potter' draws a crowd

Colbey Ricklefs, an MU junior, dresses as Professor Quirrell on the night of the premiere of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1" at Hollywood Theatres.

MU men's basketball player Phil Pressey vs. Western Illinois

Missouri's Phil Pressey defends against Western Illinois' Kaimarr Price on Thursday at the Mizzou Arena.

MU men's basketball player Justin Safford vs. Western Illinois

Missouri's Justin Safford drives against Western Illinois forward Jack Houpt on Thursday at Mizzou Arena.

MU men's basketball player Steve Moore vs. Western Illinois

Missouri's Steve Moore goes up for a shot against Western Illinois forward Kaimarr Price Thursday at Mizzou Arena. Moore scored a career-high nine points in the game including the first 3-pointer of his college career.

Rock Bridge soccer coach Kyle Austin welcomes first child

Rock Bridge soccer coach Kyle Austin said there was soccer on the TV at the hospital when his first child, daughter Addison Renee Austin, was born Wednesday morning. The Bruins are set to play in the state quarterfinals on Friday.

Beulah Ralph

Beulah Ralph

Beluah Ralph remembers segregation at Missouri Theatre

As a child in the days of segregation, Beulah Ralph entered the Missouri Theatre through these doors, located in the Locust Street side of the building. July 27, 1986, she says the insult she felt when climbing the stairs to the back of the balcony stayed with her.

Beulah Ralph gives her opinion on race

At Douglas High School, April 8, 1984.
"I have the same concerns for the white race that I do for blacks. I believe as a race of people we cannot stand alone, and I think I work equally well with whites."

Spinning against coal

Paul Rolfe, president of Coal Free Mizzou, adjusts student-made pinwheels on MU’s Carnahan Quad as part of a national movement calling for clean energy on Thursday. Coal Free Mizzou is a campus organization that promotes new forms of renewable energies.

Beverly Borduin to retire

Beverly Borduin, principal of Grant Elementary, hugs Alexandra Estes, left, and Colby Felton-Bettis as they leave school at the end of the day. Borduin, who announced that she plans to retire at the end of this school year, has been at Grant for 18 years and has been principal for the past five years.

Alcoholic energy drink being pulled from market

Nicknamed "blackout in a can," Four Loko will no longer include its usual amount of caffeine, the equivalent of one 12-ounce cup of coffee in each 23.5 ounce can along with 12 percent alcohol. Many stores are also no longer selling the product.

"A Christmas Carol" actors

In this Nov. 11 photo, these actors will perform in "A Christmas Carol," Patrick Andrews as Fred, left, Brian Austin as Bob Cratchitt, center, and Bill Guth as the Ghost of Christmas Past. Andrews and Guth are two of the 47 adults with developmental disabilities participating in Project Stage Light in Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Motocross race

Motocross Rider T.J. Sapp, 19, crashes on a right turn during an afternoon ride on Oct. 15, on the dirt track at Finger Lakes State Park. Sapp said it is harder to ride when the dirt is so dry from the lack of rain.

First Ward to receive new health community center

Bob Jenkins, salesman for Accurate Heating & Cooling; Adrienne Stolwyk, architect for Peckham & Wright Architects, Inc.; Eduardo Crespi, director and founder of Centro Latino; and Tim Colton, a contract plumber, discuss plans and materials needed for the future site of the Comedor Popular on Tuesday. Comedor Popular will be a plant-based eatery to be built in the First Ward, which typically lacks healthy eating options. Eduardo Crespi, the visionary for this project, foresees Comedor Popular being a community center with public health services, as well as an eatery.

Comedor Popular comes to Columbia

Jim Gerhardt, owner of Accurate Heating & Cooling, discusses the possible locations of duct work while looking over the floor plans for the future site of the Comedor Popular on Tuesday.

Centro Latino initiative funds new 'People's Diner'

Tim McTague, an independent carpenter, and Adrienne Stolwyk, architect for Peckham & Wright Architects Inc., discuss the height of counters while looking over floor plans for the future site of the Comedor Popular on Tuesday.
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